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Ready for Spring?
International Exotic Feline Sanctuary

March, 2014

International Exotic Animal Sanctuary News

 


 


Are you as ready for spring as we are? Mother Nature has been teasing us with warm days here and there, but cold spells are still in the forecast! Hopefully, we'll be looking at some more pleasant weather soon enough! We're sure it will bring lots of swimming tigers, playful bears, and sun-bathing bobcats! We definitely hope it will bring lots of YOU out for tours at IEAS! 

Looking for a new fragrance to fill your home this spring? We've got just the thing! Charity Wicks has partnered with IEAS to help us market and sell our own selection of scented candles, each with a specially designed label featuring a beautiful Sanctuary resident. Choose from six different scents (that will change seasonally):

Cotton Fields
Juniper & Aloe
Eucalyptus & Spearmint
Macintosh Apple
Lavender
Pumpkin Chai
 

Pick your favorite or collect them all! These candles are sure to draw some attention with their wonderful scents AND eye catching animal logos. But don't forget the best part! A portion of each purchase goes right to the IEAS animals! Click HERE to start shopping!

 

Do you love to shop on Amazon.com like we do? Wouldn't you love it even more if with every purchase you make on Amazon.com, they made a donation to IEAS? Well, they will! The International Exotic Animal Sanctuary has partnered with Amazon Smile, a sector of Amazon.com designed to help nonprofits raise money! By signing up for Amazon Smile, each & every purchase you make on Amazon.com will yield a donation from Amazon to IEAS! You only have to select IEAS once, and from that point on, any purchase you make from your account will mean Amazon donates to the Sanctuary animals! You'll never have to think about it again! Just shop and support! Click here to visit our Amazon Smile page and select IEAS as your charity!

Remember, while you're on Amazon.com, 
you can check out the IEAS Wish List to 
shop for items that the Sanctuary is hoping to 
have donated! You can bet that everyone at 
IEAS (two legged or four) will appreciate your contribution! To find our Wish List click here.



 
International Exotic Animal Sanctuary Inc


Interns this session got creative and made some new enrichment for the smallest Sanctuary residents. With some donated tires and fire hose, they cut, tucked, pushed, and pulled (not an easy feat with fire hose!) until they had created bowl-like tire swings for Mork and MindyKodi, and Popeye! They turned out great, and we can't wait to see how the animals love lounging and swinging in them as the weather improves. So far, they've been well received. Mork and Mindy were very interested in the new enrichment, sniffing and exploring every nook and cranny of the fire hose and tire! Mindy has already hopped up and gone for a bit of a swing, but Mork may take a little more convincing before he climbs in!

Within the next few days, Popeye and Kodi will be receiving their swings, and we are excited to see how much they love them! 

 



Toby
American Black Bear
Born: March 1, 1993
Rescued: June 9, 2013



This is Toby's first birthday at IEAS! He's turning 21, but after spending the majority of his life living in the concrete "bear pits" of North Carolina, it's like his life has really just begun again! We're so happy to spend Toby's birthday with him, and we're sure he's going to spend the day lounging in his cave and snacking on his favorite foods!

Scoundrel
American Black Bear
Born: March 4, 2011
Rescued: October 18, 2011



We can't believe Scoundrel is already 3 years old! This boy is growing so fast, and as he matures, he becomes more independent and adventurous! We love to see him climbing trees and exploring his habitat. His favorite past time is lounging up in the highest branches of his Bear Orphanage habitat as the breeze blows by!

Puddin
American Black Bear
Born: March 7, 1993
Rescued: June 9, 2013



Another first birthday at IEAS with Puddin! He joined Toby in starting his new life at IEAS after living in the "bear pits," and Puddin has definitely embraced his new opportunities. He loves lounging in his cave or the brush of his habitat. His birthday will be spent just as it should be for a bear, exploring the forest and lounging in the brush!

Asia
Asiatic Black Bear
Born: March 10, 2005
Rescued: June 9, 2013



Asia arrived at IEAS with Toby and Puddin, and she has settled in so wonderfully. Asia has her whole heart in her new life and is so comfortable and happy in her new home. We hope that this will be the happiest birthday she has ever had! We're sure she will find some of her favorite foods in her diet today!

Odin
Lion
Born: March 13, 2013
Rescued: June 30, 2013



We can't believe it. Odin is turning one year old!! Where has teh time gone? This adorable little cub is officially a young lion now. His mane is slowly coming in, and he's more mature every day. That being said, he's still a baby at heart! He loves to frolic and play in his habitat, and we're so happy to spend time with him as he does!

Chrissy
Bobcat
Born: March 17, 2008
Rescued: May 12, 2008



Chrissy was just a few months old when she arrivved at IEAS with Tricia, and she's already turning 6! Chrissy has strong instincts and loves to spend her days up high in the trees and on her perches with Tricia. They have a great vantage point from up there and can keep those sharp cat eyes on all of us!

Gedi
Lion
Born: March 17, 1992
Rescued: June 1, 1992



Of all of the Sanctuary's current residents, Gedi has been here the longest! Turning 22 years old this month, Gedi is as loving and social as ever. The moans and groans that her trusted friends hear upon visitng this sweet girl will melt your heart every time! We are ecstatic to be spending Gedi's birthday with her!

Crow
American Black Bear
Born: March 28, 2001
Rescued: June 9, 2013



Turning 12 is no big deal for Crow! She feels like a cub after having just started her new life at IEAS. She came to the Sanctuary less than a year ago with the 10 other bears who has previously been forced to live in the concrete "bear pits" of North Carolina. Crow loves her new home and even has her own denning spot! She'll have a relaxing birthday for sure! 

 

     



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